Canadian Dietetics Registration Exam
The Canadian Dietetics Registration Examination (CDRE) is a national examination developed and administered by the Alliance of Canadian Dietetic Regulatory Bodies. The CDRE is a requirement for registration in all provinces except Quebec.
The CDRE is a four-hour, computerized, multiple-choice examination designed to test the practice-based knowledge, application, and critical thinking skills required to competently and safely practice dietetics. The CDRE is administered in May and November each year at sites across Canada. Click HERE to view a list of testing centres (subject to change).
A candidate must be registered as a temporary member in order to write the CDRE. CLICK HERE for information about how to apply for temporary membership.
2020 Preparation Guide
The Guide includes information about the exam, sample exam questions, and a reference list. Click HERE to view the Canadian Dietetic Registration Exam Preparation Guide. Click HERE to view the French version of the Preparation Guide.
In compliance with CSA’s Model Code for the Protection of Personal Information, NSDA wishes to advise writers of the Canadian Dietetic Registration Exam (CDRE) that your name and contact information will be sent to Yardstick Assessment Strategies Inc., the exam developer and to Pearson VUE the company that provides exam writing centers for the CDRE. This information will be collected, used and disclosed according to their privacy policies. Your personal information is subject to U.S. laws, including the USA Patriot Act.